Leupold’s new Mark 5HD is up to 20 ounces lighter than other scopes in its class.
The tactical, long-range riflescope market is comprised of some of the industry’s most dedicated, knowledgeable shooters — people that know what they want out of their gear, without question.
So it should come as little surprise that they were among the first people consulted when Leupold began work on what has become a game-changing optic.
High-level contrast, increased travel, improved ergonomics, and an ability to take a beating in the field were among the first needs to come to mind. Leveraging the 70 years of optic manufacturing that it possesses, Leupold responded with its new Mark 5HD.
Combining elite optical performance, user-friendly features, and the rugged reliability that Leupold products have long been known for, the Mark 5HD provides everything you’ll need, and nothing you don’t — all at a weight class and price point that defy industry norms.
Two Mark 5HD models have launched: A 5-25×56 is ideal for those seeking maximum usable magnification, while the 3.6-18×44 balances compactness with big-time optical performance. Both feature 35mm main tubes for increased adjustment travel, and a high-speed power selector ring featuring an optional low-profile throw lever that provides additional leverage.
Consumers asked, and Leupold delivered. The Mark 5HD has been crafted to redefine accuracy, precision, and optical performance for relentless long-range shooters. The rest is on you.This article was originally posted here.